Wayne Phillips has been named as the new Field Chief Technology Officer for the Asia Pacific and Japan region by SentinelOne. Wayne brings a wealth of experience to strengthen SentinelOne’s commitment to its partner community and clients in the area. He has over 25 years of experience in enterprise security, strategy, and product development.
Since joining SentinelOne three years ago, Wayne has had a significant impact on the expansion and success of the business. His keen grasp of cybersecurity and strategic vision have greatly aided in the development of the business. His hiring is further evidence of SentinelOne’s steadfast commitment to building trust in the Asia Pacific-Japan area.
SentinelOne Chief Revenue Officer Michael Cremen stated, “Wayne’s vast experience and proven track record in the cybersecurity industry make him an invaluable addition to our team.” “His appointment reflects our ongoing commitment to providing top-tier expertise and support to our partner community and customers in Asia Pacific Japan.”
In the partner community, Phillips wants to be a strategic advisor that helps partners match their business objectives with SentinelOne’s Unity Platform. Using his background in enterprise security and quick-start businesses, he hopes to provide partners with knowledge that will encourage creativity and competition.
Ensuring consistent and dependable success for SentinelOne’s Asia Pacific partners is Phillips’ main goal. He will collaborate with them to build trust and transparent communication to improve their technical skills and broaden the company’s ecosystem.
When partnering with Phillips, partners can anticipate full support in lowering overhead, strengthening security posture, boosting satisfaction levels, and incorporating SentinelOne into their security operations. His proficiency in comprehending threat actors and their strategies guarantees that partners are knowledgeable and equipped to fend off sophisticated cyberattacks.
The company reaffirmed its commitment to providing partners and clients with cutting-edge cybersecurity solutions, saying that Phillips’ appointment signifies an exciting new chapter in SentinelOne’s expansion and commitment to the Asia Pacific and Japan area.
The business opened a virtual data center in India in July. The goal of this Mumbai data center is to help the nation’s businesses bolster their cyber defenses and comply with data sovereignty regulations.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the host of this data center, which provides direct, high-performance access to SentinelOne’s XDR (Extended Detection and Response) technology, which provides defense against a range of cyberattacks. The company added that by doing this, organizations will be able to keep their records inside Indian borders while still adhering to rules around data sovereignty.